Future Students

Why choose Journalism and Communications at STU?

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Small university with big friendships...

St. Thomas University’s close-knit community is one of its many charms. The Digital Journalism and Communications classes have no more than 40 students. This small class environment makes it easier for students to ask questions, participate in discussions and make friends.

From Facebook groups with classmates in which help is provided to end-of-term “JComm” parties and reunions, these people become your family by the time your Fourth Year comes along.

The places you'll go...

What you learn at STU will build the path for a successful career.

From the desk of an anchor, to a foreign correspondent, to a communications director, we find STU’s graduates around the world working at prominent organizations, exercising what they once learned in our classrooms and in our internship opportunities.

Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) Director Tom Henheffer, CBC Senior Producer Angela Gilbert, Ministry of Tourism & Aviation Bahamas Director Danielle Bodie, are just some of the students who were part of our Journalism or Communications Programs.

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From teachers, to mentors, to friends...

Besides from being award-winning journalism experts, the Digital Journalism and Communications professors are also mentors who will help you become better writers, editors, anchors, directors, problem-solvers and critical thinkers.

Our professors will always make time for individual meetings with students to facilitate the learning process or clear any doubts.